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Study the word list: GCSE PE: Health Fitness and Well Being 2

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Word list: GCSE PE: Health Fitness and Well Being 2

sprain A damaged ligament is a sprain.
strain A damaged muscle is a strain.
concussion A concussion is a type of head injury.
fracture A fracture is a crack or break in a bone.
abrasion An abrasion is when the skin is damaged.
tennis Tennis elbow is a pain on the outside of the elbow from overuse.
elbow Tennis elbow is a pain on the outside of the elbow from overuse.
golfer's Golfer's elbow is a pain on the inside of the elbow from overuse.
RICE RICE is a mnemonic to help you remember how to treat an injury: Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation.
warm You warm up to prepare for exercise.
up You warm up to prepare for exercise.
cool You cool down as a way of ending your exercise.
down You cool down as a way of ending your exercise.
blood Blood pressure is related to the force with which the heart pumps the blood around the body.
pressure Blood pressure is related to the force with which the heart pumps the blood around the body.

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